Luxury Cars from Ulaanbaatar Mongolia

GTspirit reader Tengis send us a series of pictures made in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The country in Asia is not particular known for their rich diversity of luxury- and supercars and excellent stretches of pavement. Still he managed to shot some nice cars, we normally see in Europe, Arabia and the US.

In 2007, only about 2,600km of Mongolia’s road network were paved. The vast majority of Mongolia’s official road network, some 40,000km, are simple cross-country tracks. Construction is underway on an east-west road – the so-called Millennium Road – that incorporates the already existing road from Ulaanbaatar to Arvaikheer, and on the extension of the Darkhan-Bulgan road beyond Bulgan.


  1. Hi Brad,
    I would like to share my opinion. While we Mongolians lived in socialist regime around 70 years, the logo was one for all or everything belongs to all, others will take care for you. But last 20 years we have experienced the capitalism like one takes care for himself, others will not take care for you. According this rule few of us are becoming rich (even though all of us were in same level)and almost 97% are living in strange condition. Please do not pay attention on these cars as a development.

  2. No wonder why some Mongolians have such expensive toys while majority of them are living in poverty and infrastructure of this country is being in a stone age level. It is because of their HDI(human development index) is very low and getting worse by day. The rich people of this country are Nouveau riche whose money multiply by suspicious ways and whose have no clue about society as a whole etc, the poor are low educated and no passion and idea for revolt this inequality. Welcome to Mongolia where scoundlers could thrive.


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